April 8, 2015
April 7, 2015
Our technology deserves a nice accessory, something to complement the beautiful curves and lines of the device. We are big fans of well made add-ons that come with a story and there may be no better company in America at doing that than Grovemade. Today, the Portland-based company has introduced a new stand that gives the MacBook a little boost, crafted from locally sourced materials here in the United States. expand full story
Cooking is not easy, neither is making healthier choices. No matter your skill level in the kitchen or fitness, chances are you’ve found yourself at a crossroads wondering how to improve these areas of life.
Today, Orange Chef has announced a new product that aims to bridge the gap to a healthier life with its new Countertop accessory for the kitchen. You may have seen some of Orange Chef’s other nifty gadgets, but the Countertop aims to take meal prep to a whole new level with integration for Apple Watch, Jawbone, and other kitchen mainstays such as Vitamix and Crockpot.
It’ll even tell you how make that elusive perfect smoothie… expand full story
Today, the cable e-tailer Monoprice introduced a new line of USB-C cables and adapters that promise to be faster and more durable than previous generation cables. This news comes just in time for the release of many USB-C devices, including the new MacBook and Google Chromebook Pixel.
USB-C, if you didn’t already know, supports a top speed of 10Gbps; and with a power output of up to 20V at 5A or 100W and built-in display capabilities. Monoprice USB-C cables have reinforced zinc-alloy connectors and come with a lifetime warranty.
Monoprice will continue to add to the USB-C lineup as more an more USB-C devices are released.
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The popular Roomlia hotel savings application for iOS and Android is today launching an interesting new loyalty program. Basically, if you stay 7 nights, you will get a night free.
In order to get to that free night, the application will add up the amount you paid each night for your first 7 nights, and then it will credit you back the average. In most cases, this will obviously work out to an eight night free.
The cool parts about the program, which differentiate it from competitors, are that these are actual nights, not days, and the nights can be combined. You don’t need to stay 7 nights in a row to get the credit back toward an either night. You can stay for 3 nights during one trip, and 4 nights on another trip to get up to the 7.
The app is developed by a team made up of former Expedia developers, the application actually has some great deals that beat out some of the competition.
New hotels and supported cities are added each week, and users can book rooms up to 7 days in advance, for up to 5 nights at a time.
April 6, 2015
It seems these days that 3D printers are everywhere, with all shapes, sizes and prices for a variety of needs. Once a new technology becomes more common place, it begins to improve as its usage becomes more widely accepted. A group of engineers has come up with a new 3D printer design that offers a number of features that improve on frustrations they’ve experienced first hand.
Not only is this new 3D printer unique, it has smashed its Kickstarter goal in just a few days… expand full story
With custom charging receptacles for your Apple Watch, iPhone, and other USB accessories, NuDock should be the only charging dock you need on your nightstand… expand full story